Leila Fadel Leila Fadel is a national correspondent for NPR based in Las Vegas, covering issues of culture, diversity, and race.
Leila Fadel at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., September 27, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley)
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Many Muslim Travelers Are Anxious After Latest Travel Restrictions

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Hurricane Irma Recovery Highlights Stark Divide Between Rich And Poor

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Hurricane Irma Mostly Spares Tampa Bay Area Of Florida

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Irma Weakens But Still Packs A Punch As It Moves Toward Georgia

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Hurricane Irma Evacuations Force Difficult Decisions

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Latinos outside Cardenas market in Las Vegas are hesitant to talk politics today because they feel that they are targeted by the government. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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For Some Latino Voters, DACA Is Just The Latest Blow From Trump

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University Of Nevada-Reno Won't Dismiss Student In Viral Charlottesville Rally Photo

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Sofia Majed (from left), Samah Safiullah and Noa Turk assist Fatima Diallo as she navigates the ropes course. Maggie Starbard for NPR hide caption

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Between Swimming And S'mores, Young Muslim Campers Learn To Cope With Rising Hate

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Taylor Swift Wins Groping Suit Against Ex-Radio Host

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Jury Rules In Favor Of Taylor Swift In Groping Lawsuit

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Jury Begins Deliberations In Taylor Swift Groping Trial

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Marcus Hutchins, seen in May when he was credited with hobbling the WannaCry attack. Now, U.S. authorities have arrested him for allegedly creating and distributing banking malware. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Muslims In The U.S. Face Increased Discrimination, PEW Report Says

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Reporting From Egypt On The Day 'There Was A Rip In The Fabric Of Society'

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